Daily Digest for December 1st

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T24K. My AQ > TT. [pokerhal]
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T23K AQ vs TT double up to 25K. Blinds 600-1200-100. 26 left, avg 26K. Passed JJ correctly pre earlier on. Would have been all-in and lost. [pokerhal]
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Out. 19/80. 10 seats and around £280 for 11th. My AQ < 77 all-in pre. A couple of limpers made it a pot around 30K. Played well. - [pokerhal]
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-£48 and no @foxpokerclub main event for me this time, [pokerhal]
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My reads were good tonight and saved me some chips. Note to self: even in Hold’em it makes sense to just take the pot on the flop. [pokerhal]
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-£891 for the year. Might play one or two small comps in December. Don’t what to reach a four figure loss. First year in the red for a while [pokerhal]
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RT @DaveGorman: It’s a shame Clarkson’s so anti-public transport. He could have bumped into his ideal woman on a tram this week. [ldnhal]
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BUSTED TWO: Carrier IQ monitor-ware on iPhones too? http://t.co/aHF589h1 via @regvulture [ldnhal]
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Carrier IQ ‘not used by UK mobile networks’ http://t.co/KbqPOHqJ via @guardian So why is the file /usr/bin/awd_ice2 on my O2 iPhone? [ldnhal]
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Two reasons for not getting too tricky with trips in small tournaments
1) pot big enough? just pick it up now
2) you will be moving tables [pokerhal]
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It happened too me when I allowed AK to get a runner-runner straight by checking flop-turn and even worse [pokerhal]
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for guy who picked who tripped treys on turn, checked and then went all-in from the front on AJ32Q river board. Other player has KT. [pokerhal]

Amazon.co.uk: Customer Reviews: Canon Canoscan 9000f Film / Photo And Document Scanner (9600x9600dpi, 48 Bit Colour Depth)

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Amazon.co.uk: Customer Reviews: Canon Canoscan 9000f Film / Photo And Document Scanner (9600x9600dpi, 48 Bit Colour Depth)

Why I Went Paperless Contributed Post by Evernote Ambassador Jamie Rubin « Evernote Blogcast

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Why I Went Paperless Contributed Post by Evernote Ambassador Jamie Rubin « Evernote Blogcast